Please be aware that Daylight Saving Time
(DST) changes in Romania do not necessarily occur on the same date every year.
In Romania, DST starts on the last Sunday in March and ends on the last Sunday in October.
Facts About Romania
Information for Travelers
Romania is a country in Southeastern Europe known for the forest region of Transylvania, in the Carpathian Mountains.
This is one of those European countries that still doesn't get as much attention as they should, but it's a wonderful destination to travel to.
The list of amazing places to visit in Romania is very long and diverse.
You'll find beautiful old towns and villages, historic UNESCO listed monasteries and some spectacular wonders of nature.
The Danube Delta is one of the largest and best preserved deltas in all of Europe, with 23 ecosystems that are home to a large number of plants and wildlife.
Located in Tulcea County, in the Dobrogea region, the delta is a winding network of waterways that originate from the Black Sea.
Romania is a country full of well-preserved history.
The culture, iconic landmarks and beautiful scenery make it a fantastic travel destination.
In Bucharest, the country's main grandstand, is the gigantic Communist-era Palace of Parliament.
There are medieval towns such as Sighişoara, as well as numerous fortified churches and castles, such as the cliff-top Bran Castle, which has long been associated with the legend of Dracula.
Read about Romania in Wikipedia